During Q4, managers want to keep morale and productivity high. In this blog, we're sharing expert advice to help you appreciate, motivate, and celebrate people through the last few months of the year.
Creating a people-centric culture means thinking about your employees first and fostering a culture that values them above all else. This type of environment empowers, encourages, rewards, and recognizes—putting people first to propel them and your company forward.
People need encouragement. When we have the support of others, we strive to do even better. We're more confident, energetic, and outwardly happy. Similar to cheerleaders on a sideline, there are many ways you can support your squad. Whether you’re leading by example or passing the spirit stick—here are a few ways you can become a source of encouragement for your people.
If rewarding and recognizing employees can produce tremendous results, why wouldn’t organizations want to make it a top priority? For starters, some don’t understand why it's important. Furthermore, many don’t have a gift program in place to help facilitate their appreciation.
A decade in business definitely calls for a toast. We created a unique end-of-year recap to celebrate who we are, how we got here, and where we’re going next. In lieu of typical end-of-year infographics and stats, consider this our pop, clink, and fizz to the past year and decade of Cultivate.
Last week Cultivate was joined by two other local companies, Arcana Restaurant, and Vapor Distillery, for a dinner to support Attention Homes and the impact they're making in the lives of Boulder's homeless youth.